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El Blériot VI "Libellule" ( "Dragonfly"), fue construido en 1907 y fue una de las series de avión experimental construido por Louis Blériot , que finalmente llevó a la Blériot XI aeronave en la que se realizó el primer vuelo a través del Canal Inglés

El Blériot VI "Libellule" ( "Dragonfly"), fue construido en 1907 y fue una de las series de avión experimental construido por Louis Blériot , que finalmente llevó a la Blériot XI aeronave en la que se realizó el primer vuelo a través del Canal Inglés

October 14, 1910: English aviator Claude Grahame-White lands his Farman biplane on Executive Avenue (now Pennsylvania Avenue) near the White House.

October 14, 1910: English aviator Claude Grahame-White lands his Farman biplane on Executive Avenue (now Pennsylvania Avenue) near the White House.

http://silodrome.com/caudron-c450/

Caudron C450 - (SILODROME)

24-10-12, hydroplane Blériot [essai par Louis Blériot de son véhicule de transport fluvial sur la Seine] : [photographie de presse] / [Agence Rol] - 1

24-10-12, hydroplane Blériot [essai par Louis Blériot de son véhicule de transport fluvial sur la Seine] : [photographie de presse] / [Agence Rol] - 1

Bachem Ba 349 Natter, German rocket powered interceptor. After vertical take-off, the majority of the flight was to be controlled by an autopilot. The relatively untrained pilot, perhaps better called a gunner, was to aim the aircraft at its target bomber and fire its armament of rockets. The pilot and the fuselage containing the rocket motor would then land under separate parachutes. The only manned vertical take-off flight on 1 March 1945 ended in the death of the test pilot Lothar Sieber.

Bachem Ba 349 Natter, German rocket powered interceptor. After vertical take-off, the majority of the flight was to be controlled by an autopilot. The relatively untrained pilot, perhaps better called a gunner, was to aim the aircraft at its target bomber and fire its armament of rockets. The pilot and the fuselage containing the rocket motor would then land under separate parachutes. The only manned vertical take-off flight on 1 March 1945 ended in the death of the test pilot Lothar Sieber.

Schneider Trophy special: Cowes, 1929  The oddest and most unconventional contender - probably for any aerial competition - was the Piaggio-...

Schneider Trophy special: Cowes, 1929 The oddest and most unconventional contender - probably for any aerial competition - was the Piaggio-...

LE BLERIOT 110

LE BLERIOT 110

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